Juventus are being investigated by the Italian Financial Police. The police searched Juventus office in a probe into players transfer. Prosecutor are looking for evidence of fraudulent activities in the club balance sheet.
The club were being investigated for deals that took place in the last three seasons between 2019-2021, according to the Turin Prosecutor on Friday. The club is said to have made false communication to investors and issued invoices for non-existent transactions.
Six Juventus officials as well as the club itself are under investigation, including president Andrea Agnelli and vice-president Pavel Nedved. Former sporting director Fabio Paratici, who is now in Tottenham in the summer, is also among those in the scandal.
The major deals that occurred during those periods they were being probed for include, Arthur-Pjanic swap deal adds up to a whopping '137million ($153m), Danilo and Joao Cancelo deal. The total combined worth of the possible transfer understanding investigation is nothing less than €282m ($319m).